Articles by Zack Mauldin
Oconee County Council approved an agreement Tuesday night authorizing transfer of ownership and operation of $9 million in sewer lines to the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority.
Doctors constantly tell their patients high blood pressure is not good for the heart, but what does that mean?
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook told the audience gathered Tuesday for the annual State of Clemson program at the Madren Center that 2018 was a very busy year — and he got no argument from Clemson University president Jim Clements.
Monique Harrison says her life was “spiraling” downward in August before she moved from Virginia and back to her hometown in Seneca.
With Seneca recently showcasing its $75,000 investment in downtown Christmas lights, Westminster City Council discussed the possibility of purchasing new lights at a price tag of $35,000 at its annual planning retreat on Sunday.
Westminster City Council unanimously agreed to release more than $10,000 in donated funds for a scrapped city skate park to nonprofit Team Walhalla Youth Athletics Inc.
Last week, 17 Tri-County Technical College employees helped children at Littlejohn Community Center use math, science, engineering and technology to assemble structures made from apple slices, marshmallows, raisins and toothpicks.
For only the second time, I was in a room with all of my grandchildren.
Willie: I have lived in Fair Play the majority of my life on the same corner of land
Monique Harrison said she was “rebuilding her life from scratch” when she moved back to Seneca last fall.
Due to forecasted inclement weather, the scheduled game between Clemson baseball and Tennessee Tech today at 4 p.m. at Doug Kingsmore Stadium was postponed, as announced Tuesday.
Trailing 6-0 after three innings, the South Carolina baseball team rallied for eight consecutive runs in an 8-6 win over Winthrop on Tuesday afternoon at Founders Park.
After taking a losing record into the postseason and later enjoying the unexpected benefit of getting to stay home through the duration of its playoff run, the Seneca High School boys’ basketball team was basically playing with house money Tuesday night against Chester.
The Oconee County School Board unanimously approved a recommended 40-acre site at the corner of Garrison Road and Wells Highway for the new Seneca Middle School on Monday night, pending final approval from the South Carolina Department of Transportation and Office of School Facilities.